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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
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January 21, 2022
At the end of the virtual learning day, siblings Jose, Alina, Melani, and Leilani Rodriguez Martinez,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
At the end of the virtual learning day, siblings Jose, Alina, Melani, and Leilani Rodriguez Martinez, and their cousin Jodalys Vargas Aquino hang out in the siblings mother's bed, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4QAAP
January 21, 2022
Jose Rodriguez Martinez, a 6th grader, plays with an oculus VR set during a virtual class day in Louisville,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Jose Rodriguez Martinez, a 6th grader, plays with an oculus VR set during a virtual class day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4QA56
January 21, 2022
Jose Rodriguez Martinez, a 6th grader, talks to his sisters during a virtual learning day after students...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Jose Rodriguez Martinez, a 6th grader, talks to his sisters during a virtual learning day after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4QA3V
January 21, 2022
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader, puts a bearded dragon on their sister's shoulder while she tries...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader, puts a bearded dragon on their sister's shoulder while she tries to focus on her virtual learning class, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4QA3T
January 21, 2022
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, takes their cousin's ferret away from Jodalys Rodriguez Martinez,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, takes their cousin's ferret away from Jodalys Rodriguez Martinez, a 12th grader, during a virtual learning day at their home in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9WO
January 21, 2022
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader, plays with their cousin's ferret during a virtual learning day...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader, plays with their cousin's ferret during a virtual learning day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9V9
January 21, 2022
Leilani Rodriguez Martinez, a 12th grader, focuses in her virtual learning class, her sister Alani Rodriguez...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Leilani Rodriguez Martinez, a 12th grader, focuses in her virtual learning class, her sister Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader, plays with their cousin's ferret, Jodalys Vargas Aquino, a 12th grader, plays with their rabbit, and Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, watches them in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9V5
January 21, 2022
Leilani Rodriguez Martinez, a 12th grader, and Jodalys Vargas Aquino, attend a virtual class after students...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Leilani Rodriguez Martinez, a 12th grader, and Jodalys Vargas Aquino, attend a virtual class after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9V3
January 21, 2022
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, and their cousin Jodalys Vargas Aquino, a 12th grader, play...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, and their cousin Jodalys Vargas Aquino, a 12th grader, play with their hamster during a virtual class day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9V0
January 21, 2022
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader at Iroquois high school, attends a virtual class after students...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader at Iroquois high school, attends a virtual class after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9UZ
January 21, 2022
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader at Iroquois high school, attends a virtual class after students...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Alani Rodriguez Martinez, a 9th grader at Iroquois high school, attends a virtual class after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9UY
January 21, 2022
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, plays with her phone during a virtual class day after students...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Melani Rodriguez Martinez, an 8th grader, plays with her phone during a virtual class day after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and due to the untenable staffing numbers in schools, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9MS
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, comes back home during her...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, comes back home during her lunch break to check on her children during a virtual learning day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9MR
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, heads back to school while...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, heads back to school while their niece Jodalys Vargas Aquino attends online class and her elder daughter Leilani Rodriguez Martinez watches TV in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9GE
January 21, 2022
Jodalys Vargas Aquino and their cousin Leilani Rodriguez Martinez attend their online classes while Alani...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Jodalys Vargas Aquino and their cousin Leilani Rodriguez Martinez attend their online classes while Alani Rodriguez Martinez and their sister Melani Rodriguez Martinez are in short break during a virtual class day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9GD
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, teaches her class virtually...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, teaches her class virtually from school after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9GC
January 21, 2022
Theater class doors are seen closed during a virtual class day at Iroquois High School in Louisville,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Theater class doors are seen closed during a virtual class day at Iroquois High School in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9GB
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, asked her son, Jose Rodriguez...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, asked her son, Jose Rodriguez Martinez to log in for his virtual class in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9FT
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, walks down to the first floor...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, walks down to the first floor during a virtual class day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week due to cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9FU
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, chats with Chef Nikkia Rhodes,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, chats with Chef Nikkia Rhodes, culinary teacher, during a virtual class day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9FS
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, eats lunch at home during...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, eats lunch at home during a virtual class day to check on her children and their virtual learning after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q9FO
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, lectures her students during...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, lectures her students during a virtual class day after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q97G
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, takes attendance during a...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, takes attendance during a virtual school day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week due to cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q965
January 21, 2022
Ms. E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, teaches her students from school...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, teaches her students from school during a virtual learning day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week due to cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q93C
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, prepares to start her virtual...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, prepares to start her virtual teaching from school, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week due to cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8Y3
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, lectures her students virtually...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, lectures her students virtually from school, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8WT
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, prepares to teach a virtual...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, prepares to teach a virtual class from school, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8VG
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Matinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, leaves her house to head to...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Matinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, leaves her house to head to school for her online teaching in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8U3
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Matinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, walks down the hallway to...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Matinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, walks down the hallway to teach a virtual class from school, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8OZ
January 21, 2022
Before she heads out to work, Ms, Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Before she heads out to work, Ms, Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, asks her son, Jose Rodriguez Martinez, to get ready to start his online classes, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote a the second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8NP
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, drinks her coffee and prepares...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, drinks her coffee and prepares her children's breakfast before she heads out to school for a virtual teaching day in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote for a second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8LE
January 21, 2022
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, drinks her coffee and prepares...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during...
Ms. Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, drinks her coffee and prepares her children's breakfast before she heads out to school, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1MZ
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1MY
January 14, 2022
A U.S. Secret Service agent looks on as U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with Creekwood neighborhood...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
A U.S. Secret Service agent looks on as U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with Creekwood neighborhood residents following the devastation from recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1LM
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear sort through and hang up donated clothing...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear sort through and hang up donated clothing items as they volunteer at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1LN
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden stands for a photograph with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden stands for a photograph with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1LJ
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1LI
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours an area where residents shop for donated items at a local FEMA State...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours an area where residents shop for donated items at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1LH
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden holds up a Philadelphia Eagles jersey while sorting and hanging up donated...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden holds up a Philadelphia Eagles jersey while sorting and hanging up donated clothing items as she volunteers at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1J3
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks and gestures while sorting through donated clothing items as she volunteers...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks and gestures while sorting through donated clothing items as she volunteers at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1J4
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with Kentuckians at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with Kentuckians at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1IZ
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden listens with Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear and Kentucky Governor Andy...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden listens with Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear as Kentucky Rep. Brett Guthrie speaks, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1J5
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center following recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1EV
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a citizen while she surveys recovery efforts following the devastation...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a citizen while she surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1C3
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident following the devastation from...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident following the devastation from recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1C4
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1C2
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
RTS4J1C0
January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden looks on as Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear shakes hands with a Creekwood neighborhood...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden looks on as Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear shakes hands with a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden stands for a photo with a Creekwood neighborhood resident and other government...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden stands for a photo with a Creekwood neighborhood resident and other government officials while surveying recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden comforts a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden comforts a Creekwood neighborhood resident while surveying recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden, with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden, with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, speaks with Creekwood neighborhood residents following the devastation from recent tornadoes, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a citizen while she surveys recovery efforts following the devastation...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden speaks with a citizen while she surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes, before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes, with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
USA-BIDEN/FIRSTLADY
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January 14, 2022
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes,...
Bowling Green, UNITED STATES
U.S. first lady Jill Biden tours recovery efforts following recent tornadoes in Kentucky
U.S. first lady Jill Biden surveys recovery efforts following the devastation from recent tornadoes, with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky first lady Britainy Beshear, before volunteering at a local FEMA State Disaster Recovery Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Cherry
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January 06, 2022
Student Adam Axelrod jumps on the snow at the University of Louisville campus during a snow storm in...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Snow storm hits Louisville
Student Adam Axelrod jumps on the snow at the University of Louisville campus during a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
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January 06, 2022
People leave Cherokee Park after sledding during a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6,...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Snow storm hits Louisville
People leave Cherokee Park after sledding during a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
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January 06, 2022
Deer come out in Cherokee Park after a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Snow storm hits Louisville
Deer come out in Cherokee Park after a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
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January 06, 2022
Deers come out looking for food in Cherokee Park after a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Snow storm hits Louisville
Deers come out looking for food in Cherokee Park after a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
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January 06, 2022
Streets are empty in Smoketown as temperature drops to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (- 6.7 degrees Celsius)...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Snow storm hits Louisville
Streets are empty in Smoketown as temperature drops to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (- 6.7 degrees Celsius) during a snow storm in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
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